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1 Business Procedure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Document Number OHS-PROC-30 This document applies to the following sites All Sites Rockhampton Office Brisbane Office Tarong Site Barron Gorge Hydro PS Kareeya Hydro PS Mica Creek PS Koombooloomba Hydro PS Swanbank PS Mackay Gas Turbine Wivenhoe Small Hydro PS Stanwell PS Meandu Mine Table of Contents 1.0 Purpose Scope Actions Maintain and Store PPE Signage Home Safety Training and Competency Requirements References (Including Information Services) Definitions Appendices...5 Appendix A Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Document Flowchart...5 Appendix B Relevant Australian Standards...6 WRITTEN BY:... NAME: J.Paull ENDORSED/CHECKED BY:... NAME: M.Joy / T.Hooper APPROVED BY:... NAME: I.Gilbar DATE:... Doc No: OHS-PROC-30 Revision No: 0 Revision Date: Page: 1 of 6

2 1.0 Purpose This Business Procedure describes Stanwell s minimum mandatory requirements for the selection, use and maintenance of personal protective equipment (PPE). 2.0 Scope This Business Procedure applies to all Stanwell production sites and to all employees, contractors and visitors at Stanwell production sites. 3.0 Actions PPE is one of the least effective ways of controlling risks to health and safety and shall only be used: when there are no other practicable control measures available (least preferred option); as an interim measure until a more effective way of controlling the risk can be used; or to supplement higher level control measures. A worker who is provided with PPE by Stanwell shall: use and wear the equipment in accordance with the information, training and instruction provided by Stanwell; not intentionally misuse or damage the equipment; and advise Stanwell of any damage to, defect in or need to clean or decontaminate any of the equipment that they are aware of. PPE used on site shall be: selected to minimise the risk to health and safety; suitable for the nature of the work and any hazard associated with the work; and of suitable size and fit and reasonably comfortable for the person wearing it. Adequate PPE shall be provided for all workers and visitors. Contractors and sub-contractors shall clearly indicate responsibility for providing PPE in accordance with this procedure and contract documentation. The contractor shall ensure their workers are trained in the correct use of such equipment and it is maintained in a serviceable condition. Work activities and areas shall be subject to risk assessment to identify PPE controls additional to the minimum requirements as outlined in this procedure (e.g. use of additional PPE such as respiratory protection and hot work protection). Where a worker or visitor is unable to use the provided PPE for physical and/or psychological reasons, a site exemption process shall be implemented that includes conducting a specific risk assessment approved by the relevant Site Manager, and a record of such an exemption maintained on the employee s personal health file or with the visitor s site induction records. All PPE shall comply with relevant Australian Standards. Doc No: OHS-PROC-30 Revision No: 0 Revision Date: Page: 2 of 6

3 The following is mandatory standard PPE: safety helmet (meeting AS/NZS 1801:1991 Occupational protective helmets and replaced at least every two years); eye protection (meeting AS/NZS :2010 Personal eye protection Eye and face protectors for occupational applications); high visibility day/night 100% cotton long sleeved shirt, 100% cotton long pants. Winter coats and jumpers are to be high visibility day/night 100% cotton; steel capped safety boots (meeting AS2210.1:2012 Safety, protective and occupational footwear Guide to selection, care and use); and carriage of gloves. Visitors to Stanwell Corporation production sites that do not have compliant high visibility clothing are to wear a class day/night high visibility safety vest that is compliant with AS4602.1:2011. Each site will have a supply of vests for visitors if required. Vests cannot be used for the performance of work at a production site; the above standard shall be met. Additional PPE requirements are area and / or task specific and are indicated by signage and the control measure requirements of work method statements / other risk management tools; for example hearing protection. 3.1 Maintain and Store PPE A system shall be in place for the cleaning, maintenance, inspection, testing and certification of PPE in compliance with the manufacture s requirements over its life cycle. Each workplace shall have facilities to store PPE in compliance with the manufacturer s requirements. 3.2 Signage Minimum PPE requirements for each site shall be clearly displayed at the entry point to site. 3.3 Home Safety Stanwell actively promotes home safety. In line with this, Stanwell encourages the use of basic Stanwell supplied PPE to make sure that general home work can be performed safely. PPE permitted to be used at home includes: gloves dust masks ear plugs safety glasses 4.0 Training and Competency Requirements All personnel who wear PPE shall be competent as per Stanwell s requirements. Training and competency requirements shall include, but are not limited to, providing personnel who wear PPE with information, training and instruction in the - (a) proper use and wearing of personal protective equipment; and (b) the storage and maintenance of personal protective equipment. Doc No: OHS-PROC-30 Revision No: 0 Revision Date: Page: 3 of 6

4 5.0 References (Including Information Services) Source Reference Legislation Queensland Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011, Division 5 Personal Protective Equipment Business Procedures Responsibility and Accountability Training and Competency Emergency Response Framework Refer to consolidated or legacy hazard management documentation to identify PPE requirements for specific hazards and/or work activities e.g. live electrical work, work in confined spaces, hot work, working at heights, working with hazardous chemicals, exposure to excessive noise etc. Stay Safe Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Tools Nil 6.0 Definitions Term Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Meaning Anything used or worn by a person to minimise the risk to the person s health and safety such as, but not limited to: protective clothing (including flame retardant clothing), footwear, safety glasses, safety helmets, respiratory protection (including air supplied respiratory equipment), personal fall protection equipment, hearing protection and hand protection. Doc No: OHS-PROC-30 Revision No: 0 Revision Date: Page: 4 of 6

5 7.0 Appendices Appendix A Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Document Flowchart Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Business Procedure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Stay Safe Doc No: OHS-PROC-30 Revision No: 0 Revision Date: Page: 5 of 6

6 Appendix B Relevant Australian Standards PPE Standard Head Protection AS/NZS 1801:1997 Occupational protective helmets AS/NZS 1800:1998 Occupational protective helmets Selection, care and use Eye Protection AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection AS/NZS 1337 (Series) Personal eye protection Hearing Protection AS/NZS 1270:2002 Acoustics Hearing protectors Protective Clothing AS/NZS ISO 13994:2006 Clothing for protection against chemicals - Determination of the resistance of protective clothing materials to penetration by liquids under pressure AS/NZS 4399:1996 Sun protective clothing - Evaluation and classification AS/NZS 4501 (Series) Occupational protective clothing AS/NZS :2011 High visibility safety garments - Garments for high risk applications AS/NZS ISO 2801:2008 Clothing for protection against heat and flame - General recommendations for selection, care and use of protective clothing Hand Protection AS/NZS 2161 (Series) Occupational protective gloves Foot Protection AS/NZS 2210 (Series) Safety, protective and occupational footwear Other Standard Safety Signs AS 1319:1994 Safety Signs for the Occupational Environment Doc No: OHS-PROC-30 Revision No: 0 Revision Date: Page: 6 of 6

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